Half-Time Report: Queens Park Rangers, Leeds United goalless at the break.

QPR centre back Richard Dunne in action against Ipswich on August 17, 2013
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Queens Park Rangers are being held to goalless draw by Leeds United at half time in today's early Championship fixture.

Queens Park Rangers are being held to a goalless draw at Leeds United in today's early Championship kickoff.

Harry Redknapp's men have had the better of the play but the home side have become an increasing threat as the half wore on.

The visitors started well with Shaun Wright-Phillips and Charlie Austin providing Leeds with an early threat.

They thought that they had take an early lead after just eight minutes, but Joey Barton's celebrations were cut short by the offside flag after good football on the edge of the box.

QPR continued to dominate possession without creating anything clear-cut and were almost punished as Leeds became more and more of a threat.

A series of corners in the final few minutes were just about dealt with by Robert Green and his defence, before a couple of QPR counter-attacks mounted to nothing, and the sides went in level.

Joey Barton of Queens Park Rangers fires in a shot during the Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers at Elland Road on August 31, 2013
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